Much has been written about the struggles and challenges that come with being neurodivergent. But what about the positive and joyful aspects? Here’s one: I have come to recognize that many of my autistic traits overlap with the characteristics that make me a multipotentialite.
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Even as multipotentialites come to appreciate the way we’re wired, we might still yearn for something to tie our lives together: a single overarching element that connects our seemingly disparate pursuits. Here’s why looking for that thread is worth it—even if you never quite find it.
We want to do everything! But can that really lead to a lucrative and fulfilling career? Here’s my overview of the four ways multipotentialites commonly structure their work.
Hello, my name is Mel and I am an imposter. What I’ve learned from that is pretty surprising: Becoming an expert in being an imposter can enhance your life as a multipotentialite, once you decouple it from your sense of self-worth and the fear of being found out.
For those with a wide range of talents, interests, and career experiences, summarizing who you are as a professional can seem like a daunting (or even impossible) task. It can also boost your self-confidence and transform the way you think about your life.
A multipotentialite’s dream job didn’t meet their expectations, and now they’re struggling with how to move forward without a “Dream B”. So, how can someone with lots of passions and no direction think their way out of that impasse?
Multipotentialites living with ADHD can turn it into a superpower—if they know how to use it. And we can all enjoy life more when we zoom out from our persistent challenges to see what strengths we’ve been building along the way.
He is interested in absolutely everything, and his thirsty mind seems impossible to satisfy. So, how can the parents of a brilliant multipotentialite kid balance their own self-care with teaching him life skills and feeding his curiosity?
Multipotentialites are notorious for wanting to jump headfirst into every new interest—even though it’s physically and emotionally impossible! Here’s how to decide what to pursue, what to put on the back burner, and when to jump in.